The Netgear NeoTV NTV300 is a hockey-puck-size box that streams dozens of channels to your TV, and dispenses with features like DLNA and laptop mirroring.
The Netgear Neo TV NTV300 is one of the cheapest streaming boxes on the market, but it doesn't offer any compelling distinguishing features compared with the Roku.
Netgear's latest in its NeoTV player line now also offers Google Play, full Web access, live TV, and a lot more
Netgear has announced NeoTV, an $80 Internet-connected streaming-media add-on for your TV.
Also your PC and Roku box. Think of this Hallmark-powered service as a kind of PG-rated Netflix.
That's a great price, but it gets even better: the TV comes with a $200 Dell eGift card.
While it's a capable streamer the lack of any expandable memory and its limited connectivity really limit its universal appeal. It's also priced too high compared to the most recent Roku offerings.
Amazon is rumored to be working on its own Roku-style video-streaming box. Here's what I'd like to know about it first.
Netgear announces at CES 2013 that it is adding support for Slingbox live TV streaming to its NeoTV players.
They haven't been announced yet, but both companies have Google-powered set-top boxes on the way.